[one-users] Delete & Recreate fails in case of Host-Error

Ruben S. Montero rsmontero at opennebula.org
Fri Dec 12 04:30:33 PST 2014

Totally, tm-ceph should work in this case... The issue for this:


THANKS your feedback!!!


On Fri Dec 12 2014 at 1:15:38 PM Fabian Zimmermann <dev.faz at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> Am 12.12.14 13:04, schrieb Ruben S. Montero:
> > If you have shared storage, you can simply issue onevm resched (I think
> the
> > hook can do that.... with the -m option).
> >
> > If there is no shared storage then you have to go through the
> > delete-recreate step, that will fail for the host as it is down. The host
> > should be cleaned up manually once it is online again.
> Ah! Thanks I just misread the oned.conf
> Nevertheless, I used "-r" and assumed it would re-create the VM, but
> this failed if you use (ceph) shared storage, because clone will abort
> if previous cleanup failed, so there is (in my opinion) a bug, because
> tm should handle this by removing or using the old snap/disk, isn't it?
> Fabian
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